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Cincinnati streetcar triggers millions in development along line
"We interviewed dozens of property owners to find out whether – and to what degree – the streetcar factored into their decision to build."
cincystreetcar  cincinnati  urban.development  tod 
december 2016 by taestell
OTR developers push $128M affordable housing plan
"Adam Gelter, executive vice president at 3CDC, said the $128 million plan is expected to result in at least 300 affordable residences and about 250 market-rate units."
3cdc  cincinnati  urban.development  affordable.housing 
december 2016 by taestell
$25 million Over-the-Rhine project has a name, groundbreaking date
"Freeport Row will include a new building on vacant land, as well as four historic buildings that will be restored. The project will include 110 apartments, 17,000 square feet of retail space, and a two-phase parking garage, which will ultimately have 155 parking spaces."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development  liberty.street  freeport.row 
december 2016 by taestell
Banks Phase 1A has $91M annual economic impact
"The majority of residents at Current at The Banks moved there from outside the city of Cincinnati, including 20 percent who came from outside the 15-county metropolitan area. The median annual income for Banks residents is $91,000. The residents are expected to spend about $22 million annually, including $1.2 million on dining out."
the.banks  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.living 
september 2016 by taestell
Property owners cashing in on Cincinnati streetcar
"Supporters of the Cincinnati streetcar promised it would spark new development and their promises were starting to take shape. All along the route, new buildings were popping up and old buildings were getting new life and new money."
urban.development  cincystreetcar  cincinnati  ohio  transit  tod  transport  transportation  over-the-rhine 
august 2016 by taestell
What's bringing new shops, restaurants Downtown?
"Downtown Cincinnati Inc. President and CEO David Ginsburg said small businesses are starting to follow the developments of downtown companies boosting worker headcounts, the streetcar opening to the public Sept. 9 and new residential options."
cincystreetcar  downtown  cincinnati  urban.development 
august 2016 by taestell
$36 million condo tower approved for downtown Cincinnati
"The condos are expected to include a mix of 10 different units ranging in size from 1,650 square feet to more than 3,550 square feet. According to documents filed with the board, condo prices could range from nearly $800,000 to more than $2 million for the top floor unit."
downtown  cincinnati  urban.development  rick.greiwe 
august 2016 by taestell
$45M apartment project planned in historic Crosley building
"The Crosley Building…was built in 1928 and designed by famed Cincinnati architecture firm Samuel Hannaford and Sons. It was the headquarters of the Crosley Radio Corp. and home to their design and manufacturing operations. It also was home to 700 WLW-AM’s studio for a time."
crosley.building  camp.washington  cincinnati  ohio  historic.preservation  urban.development 
june 2016 by taestell
Fourth and Race project back on track after being sidelined for 3 years
"3CDC will build seven stories – first-floor commercial space, plus six floors containing 700 parking spaces – and Flaherty & Collins will build seven stories of apartments on top of that."
fourth.and.race  downtown  cincinnati  urban.development 
june 2016 by taestell
Cincinnati's historic conservation staff weighs in on Dennison Hotel demolition
“The applicant has not provided credible evidence that they cannot reuse the building nor can a reasonable economic return be gained form the use of all or part of the building.”
cincinnati  historic.preservation  downtown  dennison.hotel  urban.development 
april 2016 by taestell
Neyer Properties plans $100M redevelopment of Baldwin Complex
"Neyer Properties Inc. [...] is planning a more than $100 million redevelopment project that will create a multi-use campus that includes loft-style apartments, the renovation of the 12-story office tower, the addition of up to two restaurants, a pocket park and a hotel."
cincinnati  walnut.hills  neyer.properties  urban.development 
march 2016 by taestell
Panel OKs tearing down Downtown building for condos
"The city Historic Conservation Board approved a certificate of appropriateness to demolish 719-721 Main St., which developers deemed a critical step to launching a more than $50 million project to yield two new 14-story buildings along the streetcar line."
urban.development  cincinnati 
march 2016 by taestell
$70M redevelopment planned for historic downtown Cincinnati office building
"Hudson Holdings [...] purchased the Textile Building from Hertz Investment Group for $12 million. Andrew Greenbaum, principal and co-founder of Hudson Holdings, said the company plans to turn the office building into a mixed-use project. He estimates the redevelopment would be a $70 million project."
downtown  urban.development 
march 2016 by taestell
Tom Neyer Jr. to redevelop former Hartford Insurance Building along downtown Cincinnati's streetcar route
"The previous owner had submitted plans to the Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board to convert the building into a garage and build four to five stories of apartments on top of it."
downtown  cincinnati  neyer.holdings  urban.development 
march 2016 by taestell
$90M apartment tower planned for Cincinnati's riverfront
"The project, which would be known as SkyHouse Cincinnati, would add 352 apartments and 3,000 square feet of retail space to the southeast corner of the Central Business District."
skyhouse.cincinnati  cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development 
march 2016 by taestell
$50M condo towers planned for downtown Cincinnati
“‘There are tons of apartments built there and more are being built; it has a strong residential feel,’ Rowe told me. ‘It’s also directly on the streetcar line, which is a huge benefit to these condo projects.’”
urban.development  urban.living  cincinnati  cincystreetcar 
march 2016 by taestell
Cincinnati's apartment boom shows no signs of slowing
“Our peer cities are building much more aggressively than us. I don’t think we’re going to have an oversupply problem.”
cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development 
february 2016 by taestell
​How much will it cost to live at downtown Cincinnati’s newest apartment tower at Eighth and Sycamore?
"The developers, North American Properties and NorthPointe Group, believe the apartments will particularly appeal to empty nesters looking to downsize and move downtown."
downtown  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.living 
february 2016 by taestell
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority approves plans for $28M OTR grocery store development
"One rendering of the building included in documents submitted to CMHA shows the nine-story building topped with green space. The ramp to the parking garage is shown on the east side of the building, which sits on the north side of Central Parkway just east of the School for Creative and Performing Arts."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2016 by taestell
New site emerges for potential Downtown grocery store
"Covington-based Anchor is a retail developer whose past projects include the Corryville Kroger store, now under construction near the University of Cincinnati."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2016 by taestell
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority could bring huge development with grocery store to Central Parkway
“The housing authority wants select a master developer 'with a proven track record in developing and/or serving as the master developer/redeveloper for urban/downtown development projects who have the funding or ability to acquire funding for large scale projects and can work in partnership with the authority.'”
cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.development 
january 2016 by taestell
Source 3 Development and partner to build $25 million mixed-use Over-the-Rhine project
"Source 3 Development, a downtown-based developer, and partner, 224 W Liberty LLC, plan to preserve four historic buildings, as well as construct a new mixed-use building with about 90 market-rate apartments and 15,000 square feet of street-level retail and restaurant space."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.redevelopment 
january 2016 by taestell
NewcrestImage CEO plans to invest $100 million into Fourth & Walnut Centre
"The proximity of the Banks, General Electric’s global operations center, the streetcar and Fountain Square all made Fourth & Walnut Centre attractive, Patel said."
cincystreetcar  cincinnati  urban.development  downtown 
january 2016 by taestell
NewcrestImage buys Fourth & Walnut Centre, plans to convert portion to upscale hotel
"[NewcrestImage CEO Hehul] Patel said the company plans to convert a portion of the property to a 'hip, contemporary and upscale lifestyle hotel.'"
newcrestimage  downtown  cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2016 by taestell
Grandin Properties to renovate OTR's historic Strietmann Building into office space
"In addition to the office space, Wyant expects to lease a portion of the first floor to restaurant and retail tenants."
Strietmann.Building  urban.development  over-the-rhine  cincinnati 
january 2016 by taestell
Al Neyer selected to build $45M downtown Cincinnati Eighth and Sycamore apartment project
"Rick Kimbler, partner with Over-the-Rhine-based NorthPointe Group, said the apartment tower will have 133 residential units. The apartments will sit atop a six-story parking garage, which is already under construction."
downtown  cincinnati  urban.development 
december 2015 by taestell
Cincinnati 'exceeded my expectations'
"[Site selection expert Terry] Hansen noticed traffic on Interstates 71 and 75 moving well during rush hour. He likes that rideshare companies Uber and Lyft are operating here, and that the streetcar is being built Downtown – good selling points in attracting recent college graduates and young talent."
cincinnati  cincystreetcar  young.professionals  urban.development 
december 2015 by taestell
Why Portland Is Building a Multi-Modal Bridge That Bans Cars
"I think that original decision to turn down federal dollars for a freeway and instead to invest that in MAX, that's a fundamental shift that other American cities don't make."
portland  tilikum.crossing  urban.development  transit  transportation  infrastructure 
december 2015 by taestell
Downtown residential project courts Kroger as retail anchor
"Blue Ash developer Rookwood Properties is exploring a downtown residential project of up to $50 million at the corner of Central Parkway and Walnut Street, where Cincinnati’s streetcar line makes a right turn toward the Banks project and a grocery store could literally be built in the shadow of Kroger Co. headquarters."
kroger  groceries  downtown  cincinnati  urban.development 
december 2015 by taestell
From Vacant to Vibrant: Cincinnati’s Urban Transformation
"It is not uncommon for neighborhoods to languish for decades before suddenly popping and becoming fashionable seemingly all at once. [...] But perhaps nowhere in the country has that transition been as swift as in Over-the-Rhine."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.redevelopment 
december 2015 by taestell
​Firm: Streetcar, new jobs spurring Cincinnati apartment development
"The Cincinnati streetcar and job expansion at the region's Fortune 500 companies is driving the apartment boom in the region, according to national real estate brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap's fourth quarter apartment market report."
cincystreetcar  urban.development  urban.redevelopment  urban.living  cincinnati  transit  transport  transportation 
december 2015 by taestell
The gentrification myth: It’s rare and not as bad for the poor as people think.
"As for displacement—the most objectionable feature of gentrification—there’s actually very little evidence it happens."
gentrification  urban.development 
december 2015 by taestell
Financing for downtown Cincinnati micro-apartment project comes together
"Developer Village Green plans to bring 294 luxury apartments, including ones as small as 400 square feet, along with penthouses and other residential spaces to the former Union Central Life Annex building."
village.green  urban.development  urban.redevelopment  urban.living  microapartments  cincinnati  downtown 
december 2015 by taestell
Vancouver office tower boom hurts suburban growth, mayors say
“With the increase in office space in downtown Vancouver it’s going to suck up the aspirations of suburban communities to build up office space and create jobs.”
urban.development  vancouver  vancouver.bc  suburbs 
december 2015 by taestell
Apartments in works for Main St. building along streetcar line
"An owner plans to convert the old Hartford Insurance Company building at 630 Main St. into a garage and build four to five stories of apartments on top of it, according to documents filed with the Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board."
630.main  downtown  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.redevelopment 
december 2015 by taestell
Over-the-Rhine gets $10M townhomes project
"Maestro Development/Daniels Homes [...] will build nine, 3,600-square-foot townhomes at West 15th and Elm streets, two blocks from Washington Park. The homes will be just off the streetcar route."
over-the-rhine  urban.living  cincinnati  urban.development 
november 2015 by taestell
Developer: 309 Vine project to have grocery store
"309 Vine is part of a new suite of larger apartment projects planned or underway in and near Downtown Cincinnati from the Baldwin Building conversion in Walnut Hills to the planned mixed-use development and Fourth and Race streets in Cincinnati. It's also one of the latest projects to take older, outdated office space off the market. The renovation of 309 Vine would be removing nearly 300,000 square feet of space from the Downtown Cincinnati inventory."
cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development  urban.redevelopment 
october 2015 by taestell
Towne Properties to build condos in downtown Cincinnati
"While finishes and prices haven’t been finalized yet, Munitz said these will be upscale condos. Each floor of the building is about 5,800 square feet, which would mean each condo would be well over 2,000 square feet."
cincinnati  urban.development  towne.properties 
october 2015 by taestell
Downtown Cincinnati’s former Scientology building to be converted to apartments
"The building, located at 211 W. Fourth St., will be completely renovated into 39 apartments and two store-front retail spaces."
urban.development  cincinnati  downtown 
september 2015 by taestell
Richter & Phillips moving to new location
"Downtown diamond and jewelry store Richter & Phillips Co. is moving to a 5,000-square-foot location at 601 Main St. – right across the street from its current shop."
downtown  cincinnati  retail  urban.development 
september 2015 by taestell
Garfield Suites converting to upscale apartments
"The owner of Garfield Suites Hotel in downtown Cincinnati plans to convert the 153-unit, full-service all-suites hotel back to rental apartments in 2016."
downtown  cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development 
september 2015 by taestell
Cranley: Time to look at condos at the Banks
“‘They should reconsider that as a condo site,’ Cranley said. [...] But Dan McCarthy, project executive for the Banks lead developer, Carter, said there has never been any conversation about switching the use for the site.”
john.cranley  the.banks  cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development 
august 2015 by taestell
OTR event center and bar Transept sets opening
"Josh Heuser, head of Over-the-Rhine-based creative marketing and event planning firm AGAR, and Michael Forgus, managing partner of Funky’s Catering, are behind the $4.7 million renovation of the building that had sat vacant since 1993."
the.transept  over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development  historic.preservation  urban.redevelopment 
august 2015 by taestell
​Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board appointee Shree Kulkarni had years-long dispute with panel, donated to Cranley
“Kulkarni’s dispute with the Historic Conservation Board began in 2012 when he asked for permission to demolish 309 W. Fifth St., a structure within the Fourth Street Historic District that he intended to rehabilitate. He already had torn down the structure adjacent to it, 305 W. Fifth St.”
shree.kulkarni  john.cranley  historic.preservation  cincinnati  urban.development 
august 2015 by taestell
309 Vine developer pushes ahead despite missing out on tax credits
“Village Green, the Farmington Hills, Mich.-based developer, owner and manager of luxury apartment communities, purchased the building in October 2014 for $10 million with plans to redevelop the 300,000-square-foot, 1920s era, ‘Beaux Arts’ building.”
urban.living  cincinnati  309.vine  village.green  urban.development 
august 2015 by taestell
Downtown is Looking Up in Cincinnati
"With the help of two lending programs and state and federal tax credits, 3CDC has helped to revive 131 historic buildings and to create 536 new or rehabbed residential units and 373,267 square feet of new or renovated commercial space. It also oversaw a sweeping redo of Washington Park, once a haven for drug dealers, now OTR's crown jewel."
cincinnati  urbanism  cities  this.old.house  urban.redevelopment  urban.development 
july 2015 by taestell
Tri-State Building buyer takes 1st step to convert to apartments
“The 15-story building has 14 floors of potential occupancy and ‘is an excellent example of Commercial style architecture during the turn of the century,’ according to the historic designation report.”
cincinnati  historic.preservation  urban.development 
july 2015 by taestell
Here’s which contractors will be next to build at the Banks
"Crews are expected to begin construction at the site by July 20, and the work is expected to be complete by the fourth quarter of 2016."
the.banks  cincinnati  urban.development 
july 2015 by taestell
Suburban developer opens downtown office to give urbanites HGTV treatment
"I live in West Chester and founded the company in West Chester, but the vibe is obviously downtown. [...] There’s still a lot of property on Race, on Elm, on McMicken, on Republic."
cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.development  urban.living 
june 2015 by taestell
​SCPA redevelopment deal gets tweaks to benefit city
"he city of Cincinnati is crafting an economic development agreement to convert the 4.6-acre former School for the Creative and Performing Arts in Pendleton to apartments aimed at providing a more equitable return on investment for both the city and the developer."
scpa  over-the-rhine  pendleton  cincinnati  urban.development 
june 2015 by taestell
​Day for deals at Cincinnati City Hall
"The development team, led by North American Properties, originally wanted to build a 150-unit tower above the new, city-owned garage, but that would have left a $4.7 million funding gap, so the administration negotiated a slightly smaller project of 130 units that will require a $3.5 million subsidy."
cincinnati  urban.development  downtown 
june 2015 by taestell
$40M luxury hotel in downtown Cincinnati planned by Kessler Collection
"Kessler Enterprise Inc., which is known for its boutique and luxury hotels, wants to turn the office building at 299 E. Sixth St. into a 125-room, independent hotel."
kessler.collection  hotels  cincinnati  urban.development 
june 2015 by taestell
3CDC official: Funding 'drought' is over
"Cincinnati Development Fund and Cincinnati New Markets Fund, the private equity fund operated by Cincinnati Center City Development Corp., were awarded $42.35 million and $45 million, respectively, through the U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Financial Development Institution’s New Market Tax Credit program."
cincinnati  urban.development  3cdc 
june 2015 by taestell
Findlay Market drives investment north of Liberty
“‘We like (property) north of Liberty, but we only like it within the streetcar line. That makes people like us want to develop there,’ said Wyant, referring to the Cincinnati streetcar system set to open in 2016.”
cincystreetcar  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.development  transit 
may 2015 by taestell
Model Group adds condos to major Findlay Market project
"The new design calls for 23 apartments and nine for-sale condos. The condos will mostly be two- and three-bedroom units, with one or two one-bedroom condos."
Cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.living  urban.redevelopment  urban.development 
april 2015 by taestell
Planning Ahead
"If you grew up here your whole life and you think OTR has been bad for decades, how can they believe that there’s a Japanese gastropub at 15th and Vine? That’s bizarre. Visual evidence is very powerful. In lieu of people actually visiting it and feeling it and touching it, they can at least see it through images."
randy.simes  urbancincy  urban.development  cincinnati 
march 2015 by taestell
10 New Project and Policy Concepts From UrbanCincy
“It has become painfully clear that we are not building enough housing supply to meet demand for center city living [...] In order to meet those demands and prevent runaway price increases, now is the time to go big and develop thousands more units.”
randy.simes  urbancincy  cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development 
march 2015 by taestell
3CDC unveils plans for its second-largest development
"The redevelopment of existing buildings and construction of new ones will encompass 2.2 acres and almost an entire city block."
3cdc  cincinnati  urban.development  over-the-rhine 
march 2015 by taestell
CBRE Announces 2015 Market Outlook for Greater Cincinnati
"Downtown’s recent growth is phenomenal, investment is increasing and the anticipation of the streetcar has increased development along its route. The live, work and play dynamic is accelerating and transforming our city in to a 24-hour walkable urban environment."
cincinnati  cincystreetcar  urban.development  transit  transport  transportation  walkability 
march 2015 by taestell
Streetcar prompts upscale condo developer Rick Greiwe to target downtown Cincinnati
"If we want to be a place where young people want to relocate to and empty nesters want to live, you have got to have those kind of amenities. We're there. Now we need to connect (the streetcar) to Uptown. Then you have an urban center with 160,000 people living and working and playing in one place."
rick.greiwe  over-the-rhine  cincinnati  cincystreetcar  urban.development  urban.living 
february 2015 by taestell
Model Group expanding redevelopment project near Findlay Market
"Bobby Maly, chief operating officer of Model Group, said the first phase of the project could be a $19 million deal now as opposed to the $14 million project that was announced in September 2014. The reason? Model Group has been able to secure a number of additional properties along Race Street that will become part of the project."
cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.development 
january 2015 by taestell
​What downtown project is the city of Cincinnati stockpiling TIF money for?
"City spokesman Rocky Merz said if the Fourth and Race goes through under the proposed financial structure, 'sufficient funds would remain in the Urban Renewal TIF for other suitable project(s). At this time, no project has been selected.'"
cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2015 by taestell
Owners explore major development at Findlay Market farm site
"The office-centered concept would have 45,000 square feet of office space and 18,000 square feet of retail. An apartment building would front Elm Street, hiding the 225-space garage from that street and containing 69 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments."
over-the-rhine  urban.development  cincinnati 
january 2015 by taestell
Village Green reveals details for 309 Vine, appetite for more Cincinnati projects
"One of the biggest draws for [Jonathan] Holtzman was Cincinnati's strong line-up of companies looking to hire young professionals. With companies such General Electric Co., Procter & Gamble Co., Macy's Inc., DunnhumbyUSA and Kroger Co. looking for talented college graduates, Holtzman sees a need for housing options nearby."
cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2015 by taestell
​Here are the latest renderings for the proposed Eighth and Sycamore downtown Cincinnati apartment tower
"The building will include 125 to 135 apartments, 21 to 36 townhomes and a 500-space parking garage the city needs to build as a part of another deal to build a Holiday Inn in the same part of downtown."
cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2015 by taestell
How far is too far gone for old OTR buildings?
"3CDC and others have offered to buy the Davis Building for more than the Stough Group paid for it, but the company is expected to appeal Historic Conservation Board's decision to the Board of Zoning Appeals this month."
over-the-rhine  historic.preservation  cincinnati  urban.development 
january 2015 by taestell
Here's how the Fourth and Race project could move forward this week
"It calls for a $5.5 million grant to Flaherty & Collins to construct an eight-floor residential tower including 208 units and a $4 million loan to 3CDC to construct a 925-space parking garage and 25,000 square feet of street-level retail space."
urban.development  cincinnati  flaherty.and.collins 
december 2014 by taestell
Champlin Architecture moving headquarters to Sawyer Point Building
"I asked Wurtenberger if the upcoming move had anything to do with Western & Southern Financial Group's plans for the Lytle Park area. [...] 'Possibly,' she said. Wurtenberger declined to elaborate."
western.southern  lytle.park  cincinnati  urban.development 
october 2014 by taestell
New version of apartment project at former Christy’s/Lenhardt’s site proposed
"The developer is now looking to build a mixed-use building on the 1.65-acre site with about 190 apartment units [...] The building will have two levels of underground parking with 380 spaces."
uptown  cincinnati  urban.redevelopment  urban.development 
october 2014 by taestell
$27M renovation to transform historic Cincinnati YMCA
"The historic Central Parkway YMCA will undergo a $27 million renovation that will turn it into a state-of-the-art fitness center and add affordable housing for seniors on the top floors."
cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.living  urban.redevelopment  senior.citizens  urban.development 
october 2014 by taestell
Peak Property Group ices plans for 75 apartments in downtown Cincinnati
"Peak Property revealed plans a year ago to transform the buildings into 75 market rate apartments with 15,000 square feet of street-level retail. The redevelopment would have been a nearly $15 million project."
urban.living  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.redevelopment 
october 2014 by taestell
Gaslight LLC moving from Blue Ash to downtown Cincinnati
"It also will help with employee retention and attraction, Moore said. Employees and potential employees are interested in the urban lifestyle. And the streetcar stop that will be located just steps away was 'absolutely a factor,' Moore said."
urban.development  cincinnati  cincystreetcar 
october 2014 by taestell
County looks to sell Times-Star building, other offices
"The Times-Star Building is by far the most attractive of those properties and county officials say they've received several calls about it from potential developers, even though the building isn't officially on the market yet."
hamilton.county  architecture  800.broadway  times-star.building  cincinnati  urban.development 
october 2014 by taestell
What do the Pearl District's "three towers" have in common?
"Together, all three structures...will create more than 1 million square feet of real estate, 150 condo units, 565 apartments and 608 parking stalls."
pearl.district  portland  urban.development  urban.redevelopment  oregon 
september 2014 by taestell
​More downtown Cincinnati housing coming to this mostly vacant building
"Eagle Realty Group and Ashley Builders plan to redevelop a mostly vacant building at Sixth and Race streets downtown and turn it into 62 market-rate apartments, according to city documents describing the plan."
urban.development  urban.living  cincinnati 
september 2014 by taestell
3CDC reworking its plans for 15th and Race development
Adam Getler: "Frankly, we were surprised by the pushback we got from a lot of folks from the neighborhood, including a lot of our residents who have bought other units from us. [...] We’re going to come back to the community with a project that’s significantly different in scope to try to address the feedback that we got."
3cdc  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  urban.development 
september 2014 by taestell
AC Hotel by Marriott not coming to former SCPA building
Instead: "At this point, a total of 155 market-rate apartments are planned, with another eight units that could be created from the building’s theater space, if another use is not found in the next five to seven years."
scpa  pendleton  over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.development  urban.living  historic.preservation 
july 2014 by taestell
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